GSA Ponders Slashing 2-Year Experience Requirement for IT Contractors

The General Services Administration is trying to make it easier for new IT contractors to sell technology to the government.

In a new request for information, GSA is asking tech companies to comment on how the federal contracting system can be improved.

The agency is also considering eliminating as a requirement for a spot on the Schedule 70 – GSA’s list of approved IT vendors – that potential contractors must have at least two years’ corporate experience, according to the RFI.

Continue reading at